10oz. whole bean coffee
The word Monimbó comes from the Nahuatl indigenous language which means “close to the water.” The Monimbó farm is in the northern region of Nicaragua in Matagalpa at an altitude of 1,350 meters above sea level. The Marenco family has owned the farm for 35 years and have gained recognition for their visionary coffee farming. The Marenco family is known for their commitment to education and the protection of the environment in their community. They are active donors of the Nicarao School working in collaboration with Seeds for Progress Foundation.
The farm was founded in 1982 by Dr. Danilo Marenco and has since then been incorporating modern agronomy and processing methods with traditional Nicaraguan cultivation methods, including a disciplined approach to coffee plant rotation to ensure soil health and repeated manual harvest cycles to only pick the ripest coffees. After processing the cherries, the coffee is sun dried, with close attention to turning and ensuring evenness for the best quality.
Sweet brown sugar, dates, and red apple.